Patton OnSite 3301 3302 3304


The Patton OnSite OS3301 OS3302 and OS3304 devices provide internet access to bandwidth hungry small to medium size offices, wireless backhaul, Metro Ethernet, and LAN to LAN extensions.  These work to distances in excess of 30,000 feet over copper.

Models support 2 wire, 4 wire and 8 wire connections for high bandwidth connections over long reach distances.  Model SKU’s are as follows:

OS3301/4ETH/AF/EUI OnSite EFM 2 Wire IAD; PoE; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC
OS3301/4ETH/EUI OnSite EFM 2 Wire IAD; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC
OS3302/4ETH/AF/EUI OnSite EFM 2-4 Wire Router; PoE; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC
OS3302/4ETH/EUI OnSite EFM 2-4 Wire Router; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC
OS3304/4ETH/AF/EUI OnSite EFM 2-8 Wire Router; PoE; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC
OS3304/4ETH/EUI OnSite EFM 2-8 Wire Router; 4 x 10/100; 100-240VAC

Patton’s Models OS3301 OS3302 and OS3304 are cost effective G.SHDSL.bis EFM IAD capable of achieving over 22 Mbps symmetrical line rates. The OnSite 3300’s are the ideal choice for providing internet access to bandwidth hungry small to medium size offices, wireless backhaul, Metro Ethernet, even LAN to LAN extensions.

The OS3301 OS3302 and OS3304 are capable of bonding from 1 to 4 pairs to increase overall bandwidth. Each pair is capable of up to 5.7 Mbps. The ability to configure both pair bonding allows both service providers and business to choose the best available rate vs. reach options available. The OS3300 can be set to auto rate mode, which will allow the OS3300 to automatically select the best rate achievable or manual fixed line rate mode. The OS3300 supports different rates on the pairs of a bundle. The traffic remains in case of line-faults, as long as at least one pair of a bundle is operating.

QoS configurations ease the bandwidth management of ports and applications through the creation of QoS classes and profiles. Traffic can be shaped and policed to provide full QoS control over both the egress and ingress directions.

ToS bits can be re-striped to ensure network-wide QoS enforcement. VLAN priority bits can be used for QoS enforcement.

Stateful Firewall inspection of traffic is accomplished through the creation of Access Control Lists (ACLs) that enable the filtering of traffic based on numerous criteria including source and destination IP address, port and protocol.

Logical and physical ports are selectable for bridging or routing. Advanced IP features such NAT/NAPT and VLANs are likewise configurable on a per port basis. Bridged traffic can be tagged and prioritized according to user defined parameters.

The OS3300 offers easy installation, CLI configuration via Console/VT-100 or Telnet/SSH, and HTTP web based management, and SNMP. Patton’s series of high-speed access IADs offer the versatility and reliability demanded for business-class applications at the most affordable price.

For pricing and availability call us at 301-924-7400